Dilruk Jayasinha – Victorious Lion

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The literal translation of ‘Jayasinha’ is ‘Victorious Lion’.

It’s a name befitting of a leader or a king. It’s a name with swagger. But is it suitable for Dilruk?

Dil certainly had a pretty victorious year in 2019. He performed sell out shows around the country, was invited to the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal and returned to the Edinburgh Fringe for the second year running with his show, Cheat Day(s). In September he recorded a stand up special for release globally on Amazon Prime in 2020.

He’s been all over your TV screens, on shows like Have You Been Paying Attention?, Hughesy, We Have A Problem, Utopia and I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Dil is one of the most in demand headliners on the Australian comedy scene, with a reputation for consistently nailing his shows with his positive, upbeat brand of stand-up. A comedian with a unique perspective and a lot to say, don’t miss this festival star in 2020.

“An absolute delight, guaranteed to send you into the night with a broad smile.” Chortle 

“Fast pace, excellent comedic timing… you won’t be disappointed.” ★★★★ The Age 

“A side-splitting and thought-provoking night of comedy.” ★★★★½ The West Australian  

“A brilliant hour.” ★★★★ Herald Sun 

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Show dates

February 14, 2020 to March 1, 2020


Adelaide Fringe Festival

The Garden of Unearthly Delights – Cupola

$24 – $32

March 7, 2020



Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

$30 - $35

March 10, 2020 to March 15, 2020

7pm (Sunday 6pm)

Brisbane Comedy Festival

Brisbane Powerhouse – Turbine Studio

$25 – $32

March 20, 2020 to March 21, 2020


Canberra Comedy Festival

Festival Square – The Hilarium


March 26, 2020 to April 19, 2020

7pm (Sundays 6pm)

Melbourne Comedy Festival

State Library of Victoria – Isabella Fraser Room

$25 – $32